Microsoft’s Groove is getting really good on Windows Phone (with the exception of sign-in issues), but the firm hasn’t forgotten other parts of its ecosystem.
Ellen Kilbourne, the Groove Music community champion, took to twitter tonight to announce an update to Microsoft’s Music service on the Xbox.
— Ellen Kilbourne (@ellenment) March 3, 2016
This update comes just after a Microsoft job listing announced Microsoft’s intention to service ” hundreds of millions” of users with the Groove service.
If that is to be the case, Microsoft would need to do more to reduce the feature disparity between various Groove clients on the various iterations of Windows 10 as well as other small issues which may prevent users from using the service as much as they’d like.
The update is not yet live,, but it will be rolling out later today on Xbox One devices.